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- Mother Teresa
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- Rebecca Russell


Betty Sherman, Smithville, AR wrote:

"Mary Anne,
I sincerely thank you for your help, your knowledge, and most of all your kindness in caring enough to be there for a complete stranger. After I got your response, and before I called my sister, I read up on seizures. Upon reading about Simple Partials - I was in awe, I kept saying to myself, "this is what is happening to Melody." It bothers both my sister and I that we do not know the cause, but I guess that this is not out of the ordinary. The neurologists (after the Grand Mals) asked her many questions, but to no avail. I believe by this time my sisters head was so messed up from all the other seizures that trying to remember details, let alone pinpoint something specific was futile. I tell her details of things she either told me or what I saw while she was here visiting last summer and her response is "really?" I am just happy that she is doing SO much better. Before Christmas she said that she was actually feeling like herself again, that she had energy, that she couldn't remember the last time that she had felt that way. That was so wonderful to hear.
Thank you -thank you. Smile to yourself out of pride, pat yourself on the back, and if I was there I would give you a big hug. You made a difference in our lives. God bless you.

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